Society depends on a stable and well-functioning financial system for us to be able to pay, save and borrow money. The system must be safe, efficient and able to withstand disturbances without braking down. Norges Bank is the core of this system, and performs tasks that counteract imbalances and contribute to the system being stable and efficient.
The annual report on financial stability contains a broad assessment of the structure and vulnerability of the Norwegian financial system.
The annual report on financial infrastructure discusses developments, vulnerabilities and risks in the financial infrastructure.
The report provides a general overview of the financial system in Norway, its tasks and how these tasks are carried out.
Norges Bank is currently investigating whether Norway should introduce publicly available electronic money issued by the central bank - also known as central bank digital currency. In Norwegian only at present.
The quarterly report on monetary policy includes an assessment of the development in financial imbalances and the development in the banks.